Treat your taste buds: Explore Woodbury (Connecticut) restaurants
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Woodbury (Connecticut) Restaurants
Woodbury (Connecticut) Restaurants
Curtis House serves lunch, dinner and a weekend buffet. It provides all-inclusive three-course meals with generous portions. Curtis House focuses on quality and traditional values. Chef Mike Trudeau loves working to provide guests with a premium dining experience.
Food options are seasonal. Starters include fresh and local basil, mozzarella and a wedge salad with housemade ranch dressing. The most popular special is the pistachio-crusted cod with seared sea scallops, fresh peach salsa and herb salad. The Sunday brunch buffet serves a complimentary mimosa or Bloody Mary. Brunch also offers shrimp cocktail, fresh salad bar, salmon cakes, carving board and breakfast options. Whether you want to enjoy a light soup or a full three-course meal, Curtis House has something tasty for you.More
John's Café in Woodbury, CT has a large and interesting menu that has people coming back for more. Some of the appetizers at John’s Café include New England clam chowder, house smoked salmon, grilled pizza, bruschetta, and meatballs. The restaurant also has a number of entrees as well, including roasted Atlantic salmon, steak and fries, pan roasted duck breast and grilled center cut pork chops.
In addition, John’s Café also offers a private room that can be used for meetings, holiday parties and other special events. On Sunday and Monday at the restaurant, it is BYOB with no corkage fee.More
Award winning restaurant the Good News Cafe is located in Woodbury, Connecticut. Owner Carole Peck creates dishes made from locally grown, seasonally fresh ingredients to serve in her full service restaurant. Enjoy dishes such as braised brisket beef taco, organic black pearl salmon or one of the daily dinner specials. Special events such as nights with live music or takeovers from local breweries all provide special menus at Good News Cafe as well.
The combination of exceptional service and flavorful cuisine are why Good News Cafe has won awards from Zagat, The New York Times and Connecticut magazine. Owner Carole Peck uses her dining to showcase artwork from up and coming local artists for a unique, eclectic yet inviting atmosphere.More
Ovens of France is a quaint, unassuming bakery that has become popular with the locals. This bakery bakes a range of breads, pastries and other delights daily using the freshest organic and local ingredients available. Ovens of Frances has a special rotating menu that reflects the best of what the season has to offer.
Stop by and treat yourself to a fresh baked loaf like the artichoke and Swiss cheese focaccia, baguette, olive bread or rye bread. Have a sweet tooth? Try a fresh warmly baked pastry or dessert pie or cake, all made with fruit, eggs and butter that are sustainably sourced. There are also a variety of imported cheese, soups, coffees and teas to choose from. Ovens of France is good place to relax, to dine in or a place to pick up bread on your way to a picnic or dinner party.More
Welcome to the Rathskeller Restaurant Lounge and Cafe. The menu offers classic American dishes in a cozy space. Enjoy an evening out with friends savoring meals made with the freshest ingredients and tasty libations.
Begin your meal with a warm bowl of French onion soup followed by the shrimp cocktail. Share an order of crabmeat-stuffed potato skins or spinach and artichoke dip. Taste unique flavors in the seared sea scallops and roasted red pepper risotto and the seared ahi tuna with Asian ginger drizzle. Share an order of the mac and cheese with chopped bacon and creamy Monterey Jack sauce or savor the pumpkin ravioli with squash and ricotta. Steak eaters will appreciate the grilled ribeye and New York strip served with potatoes and vegetables. Finish your meal with a decadent slice chocolate mousse cake with hazelnut praline. Enjoy freshly made entrées in a quaint setting at Rathskeller Restaurant.More